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energy_c
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Hey All,

Just recently captured another batch of smoke images and this is my first processed image. It is a composite of two smoke images (the arms are from a seperate image) and I am currently working on a different version of this same image so please watch this space. Please let me know what you think, feedback would be very beneficial to me. Thank you all for viewing.

IMAGE: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3007/3667674309_f520a21639_o.jpg

IMAGE: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2451/3668841759_0b70bfd95b_o.jpg

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pretty cool! I just don't dig the mirrored stuff anymore. Seems just way too many people do this. I would prefer a normal image but what if it could take a shape that I can associate with? maybe an animal or an object... that would be great and way more interesting!

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I really like them. Love how they resemble the human form and dig the intense colors.

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@ korrektor - thanks for your comment, i understand that not every one is going to like it because it has kind of become a love it or hate it technique. If you browse through my Flickr you can see other smoke images where I havent used the mirror technique and I too prefer those sort of images where you have an object in that single image. So thank yopu all the same for your valued input.

@ JeffNKC - Thank you very much, yeah for me it kind of resembles an advanced anatomy that is still evolving, especially the second image. Thanks again.

Post #4, Jun 30, 2009 07:51:08


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